Does Bitbucket or Fisheye display the hash for specific files (as in "git ls-files -s")?

We are looking for a way to access the hashes of individual files within a commit.  Normally we do this via command line with:

git ls-files -s <insertFileHere>

I assume that Bitbucket would be the place for this functionality, but wouldn't be surprised if it was in Fisheye instead.

Thanks

EDIT: after some searching I think git hash-object is really what I'm after; ls-files just shows this information.

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It's kind of low-level information, I don't see why it would be generally useful. AFAIK neither show it. Why do you want it?

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"git diff-tree -r commit_hash" will give you the hashes. It's already been hashed and stored, so no need to run hash-object again.

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